Whirlpool 21.3 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator with Water and Ice Dispenser
This is a refrigerator that's great for the everyday household that wants to save on utility bills while also having a great and reliable refrigerator. With a chic French door design, this refrigerator employs Whirlpool's Accu-Chill Temperature Management System. Sensors inside the refrigerator monitor the internal temperature, and, only when necessary, it will activate the compressor to cool the interior back down to a proper temperature, and then it will stop and relax until it's needed again; eliminating the need to constantly run and use constant energy.
The convenience doesn't stop with the compressor. On the door is a dispenser offering filtered water and ice for ultra thirst-quenching convenience, and the dispenser also houses the unit's easy-to-use digital temperature controls. The ice bucket is out of the way from occupying shelving space, and it is installed in the freezer door so there is more storage space for frozen items. The refrigerator has frameless glass shelves to maximize storage surface area. There are also plenty of door bins and drawers to help in organizing different food groups.
For extra options in storage organization, the external refrigerated drawer can be set to run at a different temperature for storing party platters or to make it easier to grab commonly used items, and the air in the main refrigerator remains intact.
At Whirlpool, advanced performance means getting great results while using less water and energy. Their ENERGY STAR qualified appliances deliver eco-efficient operation that exceeds the toughest government standards. Whirlpool is dedicated to making guesswork a thing of the past. Every detail is attended to. Every machine is designed to help you manage your home precisely the way you want-easier, faster and smarter. Available at AJ Madison.
This refrigerator uses 749 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $90.63.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on a 2015 national average cost of $0.121 cents per kWh.
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